Message to my Children vol.II Hear the Message

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
He felt the sensation of heat touching his skin, it was becoming hotter and hotter. He realized he was being anoint to become a warrior in the battle of good vs evil. He and his sister were the last defense against the darkness threatening earth. Their assignment to wake up the masses before it was too late. Are you awake, time is ticking. Tick, tock..... More
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About Susanna C. Mahoney

I am a spiritual person on a exploration of answers. I write short stories about God and Holy Warriors, teenagers who are enlisted into the fight against evil. I am experimenting with different genres and enjoy writing. I like to help others and write to escape to stimulate my mind as an outlet to bring positive energy to the universe. a supernatural being is the Alpha, the Omega and has messages for His children no matter what faith they are. Open your mind to the spiritual realm, you may be surprise by the answers waiting to Be unraveled

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Chris M. Hibbard reviewed on April 20, 2012

Food for thought on today's issues, and what possibilities they might lead to. Important reminders on priorities and the place we give them.
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Lisa Vandiver reviewed on June 25, 2011

This is an interesting novel even if you do not read the Bible. I found it to be thought provoking although I'm not a Bible Scholar. The possibilities that the story suggests that could occur during the end of the world are very capable of occurring in reality. I recommend this book to any Bible scholar who wants to examine their teachings or hear another person's point of view on the subject. I recommend this book to anyone who just wants to read an interesting book to engage your senses. I hope to see more from this author in the future.
(reviewed 79 days after purchase)
Gary Hoover reviewed on April 3, 2011

Will the battle at the End of Days be organized via blog postings and e-mails? At first, it seems an odd thought, but why not? Isn’t that how we communicate these days?

This story is a richly imagined version of how things might play out. I’m not a biblical scholar, so I can’t begin to say whether this interpretation is supported by scripture, but it’s certainly interesting no matter what your background and knowledge.

It’s a different vision than I have ever imagined and, full disclosure, it’s the first story I’ve read that makes an effort to imagine such events with an eye toward realism (Jesus and Satan fighting on South-Park doesn’t count, right?) so I can’t say how it compares to other interpretations.

I found the inclusion of references to current events (such as the recent Gulf oil spill) interesting. I was also impressed with the effort put into imagining the details of how things would actually work - described not just in simple visual terms, but rich descriptions that engage all the reader’s senses.

Very interesting and worth checking out!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Marie Seltenrych reviewed on Feb. 7, 2011
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Very inspirational and moving. God is at work here and Susan is following the leading of God's Spirit for the benefit of all those who love the Lord, or who are curious.
Recommend for those who want to stir their faith and move in the Spirit of the Lord.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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